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Polar Computer, Inc. was a small TI-Basic programming group for the TI-83+ graphing calculator. They didn't release many notable programs, and only the founder actually released any programs under the group banner. On July 24, 2003, Outer Limit Software (OLS) and Polar Computer, Inc. decided to merge together. The OLS name was kept, and all three members of Polar Computer, Inc. joined.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
- List of their programs and games
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
- Nathan Crank — founder
- James Wells
- Ted Ashburn
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
(Taken from ticalc.org user profile)
I am the pres of Polar Computer, Inc.
I hail from Virginia, the presidents state, also know around here as the most boring state on the east coast with the exception of Maine state.
I first got an 83+ in 7th grade, the year they came out, I learned Basic that year, and got a 92+ for Christmas in 8th grade. I have written several programs, all of which no longer exist, as they all got deleted by my teacher. Mathapps was well circulated around my school, but I no longer have a copy of it. I no longer program, but I still run Polar Computer, my longtime company, originally Ti Soft, then Copperhead Software, then Tempest software, and then Polar Development, and finally Polar Computer.
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